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Breathe.  Listen.  Move.

As a yoga therapist, I do not fix a client's problems, instead, I help them move from being consumed by their illness to finding that place of inner stability and strength from which they learn to deal with challenges.
I design a program of simple daily practices that build a new rhythm for their body, making the mind quiet and restful. Once this takes place they become more reflective, make better choices, sleep better, eat more intuitively, and enjoy the stillness and space in their lives that has been created. 
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What's the difference between yoga and yoga therapy?
A yoga therapy session is completely tailored to the individual. IAYT-certified yoga therapists have in-depth training to help them assess and keep clients safe, and to interact with other healthcare professionals effectively.
Where we begin...
Asking "What is the problem and how has it impacted all aspects of my life?"

Understand the underlying causes of the problem (those easily identified, environmental factors, inherent causes related to your nature).

Set long-term and short-term goals.

Begin practicing the yoga program I have designed to facilitate healing (asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, changing, study, self-inquiry, yamas and niyamas, and food and lifestyle changes).
Yoga therapy can complement a client's usual healthcare.

Are you a healthcare professional? 

Would you like to learn more?

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